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Could the truth expounded by Wittgenstein and Heidegger become the subjects of my lifelong research?" This question led me to look back on the path I have trodden as a philosopher and to examine the point at which I stand now. It also made me ponder: "In light of the turbulent experiences Koreans have had over the past several centuries, what truth can we share today?" Thinking about "the principle of fate," "determining what disappears and what remains," I read Yulgok's Yulgok is a pen name of Yi I (1536-1584), a statesman, theorist of government and Confucian philosopher of Joseon Dynasty books again, shelving for a while those of Wittgenstein, who has been the "subject of my lifelong research."